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ing in Alexandria, Va., Monday night, broke up in a row, with cheers for the Union and groans for South Carolina. The sum of $500 has been subscribed in Monroe county, Va., to arm the military. Col. Braxton Bragg, of a "little more grape" celebrity, and Capt. J. K. Duncan and J. M. Taylor have been selected by the Governor of Louisiana as his aids-de-camp. The Louisiana Legislature has instructed its delegates in Congress to retire. The theatrical corps at the Varieties theatre, in New Orleans, has formed itself into a military company. Jno. E. Owens is Captain; George Jordan, 1st Lieutenant; and Mark Smith, 2d Lieutenant. A. H. Davenport is 21 Sergeant. M'lle. Frances is the vivandiere of the Company. Joel E. Matthews, of Dallas county, Ala., has offered the services of 200 negroes to the Governor of Alabama. In addition to this, the same gentleman deposited in the Bank of Mobile on the 23d of January, $15,000 to the credit of Alabama for State defence.
nding the charters of the Banks of Phillippi and Commonwealth. Mechanicsville Turnpike Company.--Mr. Chapman, from the Committee of Roads and Internal Navigation, to whom was referred Senate bill amending and re-enacting the 2nd section of the charter of the Mechanicsville Turnpike Company, passed February 21st, 1817, reported the same without amendment. Bills Passed.--Senate bills entitled "an act to incorporate the Merchants' Savings Bank of Richmond," and "for the relief of John N. G. Smith, of Buckingham county," were read the third time and passed. The engrossed House bill to change the Eastern terminus of the Sclavins Cabin and Summersville Turnpike, was read a third time and passed. Mr. Lockridge was requested to inform the Senate. State Defence.--The House was informed by Mr. Thompson of the agreement by the Senate to House amendments to the bill appropriating one million of dollars for State defence. Winchester and Potomac Railroad.--The engrossed bill am